AICM: One of the main hubs in the world

The Mexico City International Airport (AICM) ranks eighth in the Top 50 International Airport Megahubs 2022, highlighting it as the most air-connected airport in the world.

“Mexico kept its borders open during the pandemic, and air services have almost recovered to pre-Covid-19 levels. While the number of international destinations is only half of what it was, the number of possible connections has only decreased by 16%, leading Mexico to climb positions and demonstrating the high level of connectivity being achieved with its operation,” mentions the report by the English consulting firm OAG.

Top 10 International Airport Megahubs 2022

  1. Chicago O’Hare International Airport (United States)
  2. Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (United States)
  3. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (United States)
  4. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (United States)
  5. Denver International Airport (United States)
  6. Los Angeles International Airport (United States)
  7. John F. Kennedy International Airport (United States)
  8. Mexico City International Airport (Mexico)
  9. George Bush Intercontinental Airport (United States)
  10. Miami International Airport (United States)

It is important to highlight that Cancun International Airport is also in the Top 50, ranking 46th.

It is estimated that, in the coming years, Felipe Angeles International Airport (AIFA) will have a presence on this list.

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